Polish security researchers have discovered yet more zero-day vulnerabilities in Java, the beleaguered Web plug-in, that led to the successful intrusion of Facebook, Apple and Microsoft in recent weeks.
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McAfee's CTO for worldwide operations warns that the security landscape is on its way to a complete breakdown if it doesn't change its course soon.
A clearer picture has emerged as to just how much data is swiped by U.S. law enforcement when a cell phone is plugged in and its data is downloaded with forensic tools.
Trend Micro is trying to cover two bases at once with a new security development aimed to secure up both Facebook and Android smartphones.
At the start of RSA 2013, Juniper Networks is rolling out a global database to track attacks on individual devices.
The website NBC.com and other NBC websites were hacked compromised by malware for a few hours Thursday around noon PST with RedKit malware. UPDATED.
Cyber criminals are moving beyond financial services with an increasing number of attacks on other economic and governmental segments, according to McAfee.
A new report from Javelin Strategy & Research found that identity fraud claimed approximately one new victim every three seconds in 2012.
Reports suggest that both Facebook and Apple employees — and likely others, including Twitter — visited an infected website laden with malware, which exploited a vulnerability in Java. Now that the cause has been identified, here's what you can do.
The iPhone and iPad maker said today that it is working with law enforcement to identify the hackers that breached its internal network. The same Java exploit that was used to attack Facebook was also to blame for allowing the hackers in to Apple's network.